Cal State Long Beach is cutting ties with a symbol of the Gold Rush that was a nightmare for Native Americans.
Will the Real Sam McGee please stand up: The Yukon/Klondike Gold Rush Trail on the Looney Front, Part 4
Dün means people, and Kwanlin 'water running through canyon,' an ideal salmon fishing spot. But the construction of a hydroelectric
It transpires that the girl has already paddled by canoe from Teslin, upriver from Whitehorse, to Carmacks, half way to Dawson
Dawson City, Canada - Ground Zero of a Stampede: The Yukon/Klondike Gold Rush Trail on the Looney Front, Part 2
The faux Gertie lady, I think she's called Sadie, Tells all to shout out loud 'Yee-Ha;' By George, what a goofer, and yet
Along the Top of the World Highway to Dawson City: The Yukon/Klondike Gold Rush Trail on the Looney Front, Part 1
Views over Dawson City And Santa's reindeers must be female because males shed their horns by November, hence they would
Near Beringia Nome - Front Street and Bering Sea After its gold rush days, Nome won everlasting fame as the destination of
Close-up Flowers brighten up Front Street A few blocks down is the Board of Trade saloon, once reportedly listed by Playboy
In Damien Tremblay's book Yukon Dreams, the attractive aesthetics of remote areas in the Yukon are illustrated and displayed in their full glory, drawing people's attentions to these regions.
Since the war of conquest when California was annexed into the United States and the village or pueblo of Los Angeles began its transformation into a city, it began its developmental process through an extreme scattered detachment of people.